Henry Hipp smiling in front of buildings on a sunny day.

Henry Hipp ’22 and Kara-Lyn Moran ’22 share their experiences studying abroad in Copenhagen during the pandemic

Few Americans get to see Copenhagen, Denmark when it is free of tourists. Henry Hipp ’22 and Kara-Lyn Moran ’22 have found this to be an unexpected perk of studying abroad during the pandemic. “[Denmark] just opened the borders up to Americans and I, with my other classmates, we are the only Americans in Denmark, […]

‘We all have music in common’: MAFia is a unique community for relaxation and music appreciation

Music Appreciation Floor (is awesome), or MAFia, is more than just a living space for its residents. “I love that it really feels like a family… I love that we’re such a diverse group as far as majors and interests… but we all have music in common,” said Emma Hartman ‘23, events coordinator for MAFia. “MAFia […]

Student Artist Spotlight: Tyler Cook ‘21 discusses Dear Lafayette, ABC and the importance of community organizing during a tumultuous period

For Tyler Cook ’21, growing up in West Philadelphia meant constant exposure to the realities of discrimination and structural violence. “I was forced to learn at any early age the way that people like myself have to navigate through different types of oppression,” Cook explained.  These experiences meant that Cook was always learning and absorbing […]

Senior Brendan Cronin becomes first Lafayette golfer to be named Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year

After an outstanding four-year career at Lafayette, senior golfer Brendan Cronin was named the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year last week, the first Lafayette golfer to win the prestigious award. Cronin was also named to the All-League First Team after leading the Leopards through an unprecedented spring season, his first such award. “It boils […]